Live Wrestling In Newmarket, Cambridgeshire 28/05/05
A live wrestling spectacular rolls into Newmarket, Cambridgeshire on Saturday 28th May, presented by Revolution British Wrestling, visiting the town for the first time.
The event promises some quality action, with some of the country’s best competing in the ring, including Luton’s champion technical wrestler and former World of Sport ITV television wrestler, Johnny Kidd, the always-controversial “Flying” Phil Powers, former British Welterweight Champion Sammy Ray and many others.
Taking part in his first ever contest will be “The Made Man” Tino Caesar, originally from the USA, but now living in Newmarket itself. Caesar has trained extensively at the RBW London Training Centre and has developed into one of the most exciting prospects for the future.
Tickets for the event are on sale now, and we hope to see you at the show!
Johnny Kidd vs “Flying” Phil Powers
In what is an interesting clash of styles, the notorious technical wrestling ability of Johnny Kidd goes up against the all-round, rough style of “Flying” Phil Powers.
Johnny Kidd, a veteran from the days of ITV’s World of Sport wrestling show, is one of the most respected wrestlers in the country, and with a recent contest in RBW against fellow technical wrestling great, Steve Grey, has done nothing but further his reputation as being one of the country’s all-time greats, and someone who still has a lot to offer in the ring.
Opposing Kidd, is the loudmouth “Flying” Phil Powers. Powers, despite not having the experience of Johnny Kidd, is no rookie in his own right, having been wrestling for the last twelve years. The controversial wrestler has made himself a lot of enemies in recent years, and is likely to not mind adding Johnny Kidd to that list.
With no set goal in this contest, other than to win, both wrestlers will be looking for a successful win, in what has the ability to be a very intriguing contest.
Kid Regis vs Professor Ikeda
British Welterweight Championship
Crowned in February 2005, the current British Welterweight Champion, Kid Regis, is yet to defend the Championship in a straight contest (after defending it in a Championship vs Championship contest with “Misfit” Jorge Castano back in March), since he won it in Chingford, London.
However, the first defence has finally been scheduled for this event, where he locks horns with the masked mystery wrestler, Professor Ikeda.
Professor Ikeda is currently undefeated in RBW, and if he gained the Championship in this match, his reputation would grow even higher.
With Professor Ikeda being a very difficult wrestler to prepare for, Kid Regis will be looking to do what it takes in order to make his Championship defence a success.
“Sadistic” Jack Storm and “The Bulldozer” Carl Clinton vs Morales and Saul Adams
Tag Team Contest
The impressive “Sadistic” Jack Storm returns to the ring once again in tag team action. Despite unsuccessful in his last tag team effort alongside Dave Maverick, he has vowed to try again, this time teaming with Maverick’s partner, “The Bulldozer” Carl Clinton. Clinton is another wrestler who has trained extensively at the RBW London Training Centre, and looks to have an impressive future in front of him.
Not having much luck recently, the Midlands duo of Morales and Saul Adams are looking to change their ways. Recent losses to J.C Thunder and “Sensation of the Nation” Rob Hunter respectively have not helped them, yet gave them the determination to improve things this time round.
In the experience factor, the team of Storm and Clinton have no experience as a team, where as Morales and Adams know each other well, which gives them the edge going into this tag team battle.
Sammy Ray vs “The Made Man” Tino Caesar
The career of the former British Welterweight Champion and number 1 ranked RBW wrestler, Sammy Ray, seems to be on the climb, picking up some impressive victories this year. The Chelsea-based wrestler is looking to climb the ladder of success once again in the Championship ranks, and is hoping to gain another shot at the British Welterweight Championship soon.
Making his debut in the opposite corner is “The Made Man” Tino Caesar, who is originally from the USA, but is now living in Newmarket itself. Caesar has trained extensively at the RBW London Training Centre and has developed into one of the most exciting prospects for the future.
With experience clearly on the side of Ray in this contest, it shouldn’t be forgotten that Caesar has a strong background in amateur (Olympic) wrestling overseas, similar to what Ray has over here, which provides an interesting similarity in their backgrounds, but one that is unpredictable in every way.
Revolution British Wrestling Live Event
Date: Saturday 28th May 2005
Venue: King Edward VII Memorial Hall, High Street, Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, CB8 8JP
Times: Doors Open at 7.30pm. Event Begins at 8.00pm. Show Ends at 10.00pm.
Front Row (All Ages) – £9.00
Adults – £8.00
Concessions (Children Under 16, Senior Citizens and Disabled) – £6.00
Family Ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children Under 16) – £25.00
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Tickets are also available on the evening of the event.
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